What is a Green Job? Green and other Colors – How to Choose

updated 23.3.2021

The color of the Company

You may have over-looked some good jobs!

In this post:
No matter what your profession, you Vote Green working for a sustainability committed company.
Green Jobs: at Caterpiller, Ikea, IBM …………
…REMEMBER, there are more Job Vacancy posts at the bottom.

- What is a Green Job? Green and other Colors - How to Choose
<em>Remanufacturing to save some raw material<em>

How green is the company?

Dedicated Circular

started Green
>Use Waste as a Resource
>Prioritise Regenerative
>Start-ups in every industry
>New Industries!
>Renewable Energy
>Clean Transportation
>Sustainable Food

moved to Green
>Close Life Cycle Design
>Rethink to Sustainable Business Model
>Team up to Create Joint Value
>eco Supply Chains
>Industrial, Product Design &Architecture
>Rethink Production
>Renting or Leasing

have green divisions
Business as usual, but with the following:
>Sustain & Preserve
what’s Already made
>Assess Life Cycle
>Use Waste as a Resource
>Switch to sustainable business model
>sell / recycle unusable waste
>Renting or Leasing

No matter what your profession, you Vote Green when you work for a company that has committed to sustainability …an Environmentally friendly company – any of these colors.

In nature there are neither rewards nor punishment; there are only consequences.

– Robert B. Ingersoll

What is a Green Job?

No matter what your profession, are you working for a sustainability committed company?

Just as it is a vote for Green if you buy sustainable products. It is a vote for Green if you work for a company that deals with the environmental consequenses of their products – Environmental consciousness.

The business itself, may not be in a totally Green industry, but they have begun to deal with the environmental consequences of what they produce. Examples of this are:
* Machine builders that have remanufacturing programs.
* The printing and packaging companies that use compostable materials.
* Construction companies that find ways to use their waste.
* Clothing companies that only sell sustainable products.
* Farms that find buyers for their by-products.

This goes for big machine companies like Caterpillar.


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It is true of Retailers Working with Consumers to Reduce Waste.

1:18 minutes Why sustainability is IKEA’s growth – Peter Agnefjäll, CEO, IKEA Group

You see things a little differently. So do we. Ikea Job vacancies.
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Take a look around. Get to know us. Maybe we can work together? Find your language on that page and make some choices and you will see jobs all over the world.

It is true of the world of computers and internet.

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IBM’s corporate policy on environmental affairs, first issued in 1971, is supported by the company’s global environmental management system. Discover Careers at IBM
>>>>> NOW 10702 jobs listed around the world

So when you look for your next job, check the commitment of each company you consider and choose the ones that are Green or going Green…………… Vote your Job Green.

10 global companies that are environmentally friendly

2016 – A few generations ago it seemed like the world’s resources were infinite, and people needed only to access them to create businesses and grow humanity.
Today, we know how false that is. We now know that rather than finding ways to exploit new resources, people and companies need to focus on finding sustainable ways to grow, while protecting the planet and the resources we have left.
For every company that spills millions of gallons of oil into the oceans, there are plenty more companies operating under this new belief:
IKEA has invested in sustainability throughout its entire business operations
Unilever has done more than make green investments, it’s made sustainability part of its corporate identity. The company’s Sustainable Living Plan sets targets for sourcing, supply chain and production on everything
Panasonic has ambitious energy goals, both in terms of efficiency and renewables, and it also focuses on making environmentally friendly products.
Allergan (Just acquired by AbbVie), the Botox producer that has been at or near the top of Newsweek’s green companies rankings for years – “We’re on track to meet our key 2020 Sustainability commitments, and are proud to be recognized for our efforts.”
Seventh Generation not only uses sustainable practices, it’s also created space for green products in a particularly environmentally destructive industry – household cleaners.
Patagonia’s corporate strategy ‘anti-growth’, a tongue-in-cheek nod to the retailer’s crusade against conspicuous and superfluous consumption.
IBM was another early adopter of sustainability and eco-friendly business. Corporate social responsibility and environmental stewardship has been part of the company’s mission since the 1960s.
Colorado-based New Belgium Brewing is an industry leader when it comes to sustainability
Adobe systems was the greenest IT company in Newsweek’s 2014 rankings – and continues
Nike topped Morgan Stanley’s list in 2015 of most sustainable clothing and footwear brands. uses- post-consumer recycled materials

10 Leading Companies That Efficiently Went “Green”

2015 – If you believe the global push to going green is driven entirely by concerned citizens, politicians and non-profit organizations, it’s time to rethink! Recently a number of leading companies have walked their way to eco-friendly and sustainable business practices. We have listed down some of them, who adopted “green” so successfully that sustainability is now an essential part of their business operations! Have a look here.
1. McDonalds
2. DuPont
3. Home Depot
4. Coca Cola
5. Wal-Mart
6. Dell
7. Brooks
8. Honda
9. Target
10. SC Johnsons

Many of these are big international companies that may have job openings in your country.

What is a Green Job?

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